#Derbyuk 38 Degrees Supporters Meeting “THE COUNCIL CUTS – WHAT ARE THE ALTERNATIVES?” Monday June 13, 7:00 PM St Marys Parish Centre, Darley Lane, near St Marys Church

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Derby Council Cuts – What Are The Alternatives?

Following the drastic cuts to the Citizens Advice Bureau in Derby, and the 5,000+ people who signed the petition, 38 Degrees supporters have set up a meeting on “THE COUNCIL CUTS – WHAT ARE THE ALTERNATIVES?”

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According to an article in Derby Telegraph December 02, 2015 Derby City Council announced plans for £45m cuts in the city

Derby City Council has revealed how it plans to cut £45 million from its budget for running of the city in the three years from April 2016.

It is proposing to:

The authority has said it must make the cuts – from this year’s about £222 million figure – in the face of reductions to its Government grants, inflation and other pressures like the increasing cost of care.

Council Cuts – What Are The Alternatives?

Following the drastic cuts to the Citizens Advice Bureau in Derby, and the 5,000+ people who signed the petition, 38 Degrees supporters have set up a meeting on “THE COUNCIL CUTS – WHAT ARE THE ALTERNATIVES?”

Monday June 13, 7:00 PM St Marys  Parish Centre, Darley Lane, near St Marys Church

This will be an open discussion, and will include contributions from Matthew Allbones (Citizens Advice Bureau, in a personal capacity), Chris Williamson, ex Derby North MP, Russell Pollard (Derby News – TBC) and Cecile Wright (National Executive Momentum).

The City Council has been invited to send a representative.

Click here to RSVP:

http://you.38degrees.org.uk/events/council-cuts-what-are-the-alternatives

 38degrees_logo_emailSupported by Derby People’s Assembly Against Austerity 

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